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Where To Find The Best Boutique Dress Hire In Perth

Dress hire is surging in popularity with specialised dress boutiques offering the service of hiring a designer gown, wearing it for a special event and brining it back once you are done. Hiring a dress is an easy and simple process with many places allowing you to try before you hire and also offering dry cleaning so you don’t have to worry about it.

One Night Stand Boutique

With boutiques spanning across five states, One Night Stand Boutique stocks a variety of the finest, high-end formalwear from Australia’s top designers and boasts brands that are not available anywhere else. Brands for hire include Stephanie Chehade, Camilla, Elle Zeitoune and Ae’lkemi, and they are the exclusive hire company for D’lelle.

One Night Stand’s flagship store opened in Adelaide 2012 and since then Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane have had stores open. Shoppers can try on and browse instore, otherwise they can view the collection online per via Instagram and Facebook. A bond must be paid for hire, however, it is refunded pending conditions are accepted by the company’s discretion.

The Volte

Describing itself as a network, The Volte offers a range of high-end Australian designer dresses as well as clothing from real people. Customers can hire dresses from brands such as Bec and Bridge, Alex Perry and Zimmermann and message the owner of the dress directly. Items can be searched by colour, designer, size, length and occasion and once the perfect piece is found then a request is sent to the lender and delivered. Sizes range from four to 20 and it also offers maternity fits.

The Volte also allows its customers to lend their clothing on the website. Lenders photograph their item and add description details such as the size and material of the item. When a request comes through, the lender can view the borrower’s details such as previous rental history and rating gained from previous rentals. Additionally, there is an option to sell items rather than hire.

Runway Regime

Runway Regime’s range spans from sizes 14 to 22, addressing a market that the company claims “needs URGENT need to provide beautiful garments”. Its sizing range is designed to further encourage and support a world where every size and body shape are celebrated. Models are specifically chosen to provide customers with true size previews and further encouraging and supporting the importance of embracing positive body image.

As it only launched in April 2019 its range is currently in its infancy, however, don’t let this phase you as more gowns are added and the brand really takes off.

Dress For A Night

Founded in 2016, Dress For A Night provides front-row access to designer fashion without the hefty price tag and with sustainable fashion. To be more environmentally friendly, the company is moving away from single use plastics in its postage packaging and it has partnered with Terra Cycle to recycle the return packaging where possible.

Dress For A Night was an Australian Small Business Championships Finalist in 2018 and won a Local Business Award under the Fashion Business sector in 2017 for its North Sydney store.

Dressed By Jess

Based in their Perth home and run by mother-daughter duo Jess and Linda, Dressed By Jess offers a wide range of Australian and international brands including Bec + Bridge, Shona Joy and Rat and Boa. You can try before you buy via an appointment from Tuesday through Saturday.

Dresses are first come first served meaning clothing cannot be held if a specific piece was in mind. While dresses can be booked and picked up when required, customers who make last minute appointments can take their outfit on the day they try it on.

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